Pure Sport Podcast

27 February 2015 by Pure Radio

We hear why Stockport County Supporters Co-operative are now shareholders in the club and congratulate Stockport Grammar Schools girls Hockey Team on becoming National Champions. Plus we look ahead to a trip to Brackley Town for The Hatters this weekend.

Plus Keith Coates reviews all the action in the Stockport District Sunday Football League.

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Feb 2015 - Village Spartans Women's Team

26 February 2015 by Pure Radio

The England women’s rugby team won the Women’s Rugby World Cup in 2014. This year, one men’s team is taking the opportunity to create a new women’s side.

The Village Spartans are a rugby team for gay and bisexual men. They were formed in 1998, and they regularly train at their grounds in Sale.

Now the Spartans are planning to set up a team for women. They’ll have a taster session at the end of next week, where women can give rugby a try – regardless of whether they’ve played before.

Under the Rainbow has been speaking to Spartans player and their PR Spokesperson, Gareth Longley.

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Worcester Postmatch 21 Feb 15

21 February 2015 by Pure Radio

Alan Lord speaks to Jon Keighren after County’s 0-2 defeat at Worcester City.

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Pure Sport Podcast

20 February 2015 by Pure Radio

We look back on a disappointing night for Stockport County as The Hatters were beaten two nil away at Bradford Park Avenue.

We preview the visit to Worcester and hear from the County Gaffer Alan Lord.

Away from Edgeley Park we bring you the story of a Stockport Schools very successful teams, with students about to represent the borough at three national events.

And if your New Years Resolutions are long since forgotten, an idea of how you can get fit for free and make new friends here in Stockport.

Plus a round up of all the action in the Stockport District Sunday Football League.

Download MP3 (25 MB | 27:18 min)



Feb 2015 - Outings

19 February 2015 by Pure Radio

Outings is a stage performance of more than twenty coming out stories, from lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans people.

Described as powerful, yet funny – it will be on at The Lowry theatre next Tuesday. It stars Julie Hesmondhalgh and Andrew Hayden-Smith.

Under the Rainbow has been speaking to another member of the cast – Andrew Doyle.

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